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Actes du Groupe d’intérêt en journalisme/Journalism Interest group proceedings

Pour la troisième année consécutive, le Groupe d’intérêt en journalisme présente une sélection de communications du colloque annuel de l’Association canadienne de communication./For the third year running, the Journalism Interest Group presents a collection of selected papers from the annual conference of the Canadian Communication Association. Continue reading

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Toward Press Council 2.0: An international review of models of, and alternatives to, the traditional press council

By Ivor Shapiro and Lisa Taylor, Ryerson University Abstract This paper presents an overview of preliminary results from a comparative study of existing press council models in Canadian provinces and similar democracies abroad. Gathering information by a combination of survey … Continue reading

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Women in the Field: What Do You Know?

Ann Rauhala April Lindgren With Sahar Fatima Ryerson University Abstract Although more women than ever work in Canadian media, their participation in journalism seems misunderstood or underexplored. That was the message emerging from Women in the Field, a symposium hosted … Continue reading

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Debate Cited: A First Exploration of a Web Application to Enhance the Production of Science Journalism Students

Alamir Novin MA Student Department of Journalism Concordia University email: alamirnovin@gmail.com Dr. David Secko Associate Professor Department of Journalism Concordia University email: david.secko@concordia.ca Authors’ Biographies Alamir Novin is an MA Student in the Department of Journalism at Concordia University. He … Continue reading

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Want to understand local news? Make a map

By April Lindgren and Christina Wong About the authors April Lindgren (april.lindgren@ryerson.ca) is an associate professor at Ryerson University’s School of Journalism, 350 Victoria Street, Toronto, ON, M5B 2K3, Canada, and director of the Ryerson Journalism Research Centre. She is … Continue reading

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Is one source enough? Verification in Canadian Newspapers

Isabelle Bédard-Brûlé, Laval University Colette Brin, Laval University Ivor Shapiro, Ryerson University Kasia Mychajlowycz, Ryerson University About the authors Isabelle Bédard-Brûlé est doctorante, auxiliaire de recherche et d’enseignement, au Département d’information et de communication de l’Université Laval, Québec, Canada, G1V … Continue reading

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2011 Conference Proceedings. JIG – CCA — Actes de colloque 2011. GIJ – ACC

We are proud to present the second edition of the conference proceedings from the Journalism Interest Group of the Canadian Communication Association. These papers were presented at the annual conference of the CCA, held in Fredericton at the University of … Continue reading

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Journalists’ values and customers’ needs: Who defines quality?

By Miles Maguire (University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh) And Ivor Shapiro (Ryerson University) About the authors Miles Maguire (maguirem@uwosh.edu) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Journalism at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, 800 Algoma Boulevard, Oshkosh, WI 54901, USA. … Continue reading

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Conceptualiser les divergences entre les diplomates américains et européens dans la réforme du secteur médiatique de la Bosnie-Herzégovine et du Kosovo : proposition de deux idéal-types.

Par Simon Thibault À propos de l’auteur Simon Thibault est doctorant à l’Université Laval et Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3. 1055, avenue du Séminaire, Québec, Québec, G1V 0A6. Centre Bièvre – 3e étage, porte B 1 rue Censier, 75005, Paris. … Continue reading

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Discours et pratiques de vérification chez les journalistes primés

Par Isabelle Bédard-Brûlé, Kasia Mychajlowycz, Colette Brin et Ivor Shapiro À propos des auteurs Isabelle Bédard-Brûlé est auxiliaire de recherche et doctorante au Département d’information et de communication de l’Université Laval, Québec, Canada, G1V 0A6, isabelle.bedard-brule.1@ulaval.ca Kasia Mychajlowycz est assitante … Continue reading

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Inaugural Conference Proceedings of the Journalism Interest Group — Premiers Actes de colloque du Groupe sur le journalisme

We are delighted to introduce online the inaugural edition of published conference proceedings from the Journalism Interest Group, newly established within the Canadian Communication Association. These papers were presented at the June 2010 annual conference of the CCA, held in … Continue reading

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Covering the Fredy Villanueva Killing: A Comparative Study of La Presse and The Gazette

By Gabriela Capurro About the author Gabriela Capurro is an M.A. student in the Department of Journalism at Concordia University, 7141 Sherbrooke St. West, CJ- 3.245, Montréal, Québec, H4B 1R6 gabrielacapurro@gmail.com Abstract: This paper explores the coverage by one anglophone … Continue reading

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Coverage of Organized Crime in the Mexican Media

By Gabriela Gómez Rodríguez, Ph.D. About the author Gabriela Gómez Rodríguez is a Professor in the Departamento de Estudios de la Comunicación Socialat the University of Guadalajara.  Paseo Poniente 2093, Jardines del Country, Guadalajara, C.P. 44210, Mexico. gabygomez79@gmail.com Abstract The … Continue reading

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The Young Journalists Workshops: Efforts to Engage Visible Minority Students in University Level Journalism Education in Canada—A Case Study

By Ross Perigoe About the author Ross Perigoe is an Associate Professor of Journalism at Concordia University. Room 4.303, C/J Building, 7141 Sherbrooke St. W., Montreal, QC, H4B 1R6 Email: perigoer@hotmail.com Abstract Visible minority journalists in Canada account for only … Continue reading

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When Students Become the Investigators

By Fred Vallance-Jones About the author Fred Vallance-Jones is an Assistant Professor of Journalism at University of King’s College. 6350 Coburg Rd, Halifax NS, B3M 3H4. Fvjones@dal.ca 902-422-1271 x 147 Latest King’s investigation: http://gambling.kingsjournalism.com Abstract Investigative journalism plays an important … Continue reading

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Focus on Method: An Approach to the Qualitative Meta-Synthesis of the Experiences of Journalists Covering Health and Science

By Elyse Amend and David M. Secko About the authors David M. Secko is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Journalism at Concordia University in Montreal (7141 Sherbrooke St. West, CJ-3.245, Montreal, Quebec, H4B 1R6). He currently runs the … Continue reading

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Les logiques de ré-intermédiation de l’information journalistique en ligne : les exemples de Yahoo! et Google.

Marc-Olivier Goyette-Côté Présentation de l’auteur Marc-Olivier Goyette-Côté est étudiant à la maîtrise en Communication à l’Université du Québec à Montréal et adjoint de recherche au GRICIS.                                                                  goyette-cote.marc-olivier@courrier.uqam.ca *** Les mécanismes de circulation de l’information sur Internet ont permis l’éclosion d’acteurs … Continue reading

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La pratique diaristique dans la société numérique

Marcienne Martin ORACLE [Centre Interdisciplinaire de Recherche sur la Construction Identitaire] – Université de l’île de la Réunion [France] Résumé Avec l’arrivée des nouvelles technologies de l’information et de la communication (NTIC), nous assistons à l’émergence de formes particulières d’échanges … Continue reading

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Les journalistes face à la convergence des médias au Québec : les raisons d’un rejet massif

Marc-François Bernier (Ph. D.) Université d’Ottawa Résumé Une étude quantitative menée en 2007 auprès des journalistes syndiqués des grands médias du Québec a révélé que 82 % estiment que la convergence des médias n’a pas d’effet positif sur le journalisme, … Continue reading

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Les représentations des journalistes pigistes : enjeux et stratégies d’acteurs

Par Faïza NAIT-BOUDA Laboratoire GRESEC – Université Stendhal Grenoble3 Résumé de l’article Ce travail s’inscrit du point de vue des principaux acteurs œuvrant dans le secteur de presse écrite (syndicats, employeurs et journalistes des deux statuts, titulaires et pigistes) et … Continue reading

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